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Startups

Using Augmented Reality to Solve Neuro Rehab Woes

While completing his residency in Boston, Albert Kwon ’08 co-founded AUGMENTx, a healthcare technology company that utilizes augmented reality to deliver neurological rehabilitation therapy. MIT's Solve helped take the company from prototype to pilot.
Julie Barr slice.mit.edu

Venture Mentoring Service Backs Budding Businesses

The MIT Venture Mentoring Service (VMS) offers something more valuable than money or prizes. Instead, it offers free, unbiased business advice from experienced entrepreneurs for as long as you need it.
Alice Waugh slice.mit.edu

Authors

MIT Homework Assignment Turned Novel

In her sophomore year at MIT, Annabelle Kim '86, SM '89 started her first novel, though she didn’t realize it at the time. A five-page writing assignment about her experience while living in Korea inspired her story and, although she would spend the next two decades working on a career in engineering, eventually she returned to the passage when she started writing her acclaimed novel, Tiger Pelt.
Julie Barr slice.mit.edu

Alum Books Podcast: Treating Healthcare

Raisa Deeber '71, SM '71, PhD '77 shines a light on the strengths and weaknesses in Canada’s healthcare policies and considers what countries like the United States might emulate moving forward.
Joe McGonegal slice.mit.edu